ATrack AX9

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AX9 is an optional 2G/3G GPS tracking unit with OBD-II Interface and plug-n-play installation. Featuring OBD / CAN Bus J1939 data acquisition, Bluetooth connectivity, driving behavior event management, and user-defined reports, AX9 is an ideal solution for Usage Based Insurance, Car Rental, Fleet Management of both Passenger Vehicles and Heavy-Duty Trucks, and Teenage Driver Tracking.

ATrack AX9 description

AX9 is an optional 2G/3G GPS tracking unit with OBD-II Interface and plug-n-play installation. Featuring OBD / CAN Bus J1939 data acquisition, Bluetooth connectivity, driving behavior event management, and user-defined reports, AX9 is an ideal solution for Usage Based Insurance, Car Rental, Fleet Management of both Passenger Vehicles and Heavy-Duty Trucks, and Teenage Driver Tracking.

 

Location and tracking

  • GPS sensor with high sensitivity
  • Continuous tracking mode
  • LBS support

Mobile networks

  • Supports the following bands
    • GSM Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
    • WCDMA/HSPA 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
    • CDMA2000 800/1900 MHz
  • 3G support

Power supply

  • Draws power from OBDII port
  • 90 mAh backup Li-Ion battery

Inputs and outputs

  • OBDII connector

Other features

  • 3-axis G-sensor
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • OTA firmware updates
  • Harsh driving detection
  • Internal buffer for 150 000 positions, allowing the tracker to record tracks even when no network is available

Specifications and Features

Supported features

Server Integration
Server IP Address217.23.132.215
Server port47712
Housing
Weight73 g (2.58 oz.)
Size63x54x28 mm (2.48x2.13x1.1 in)
Interfaces
Discrete inputsFeature already supported
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Hardware extras
Driver ID readingFeature already supported
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Tracking features
Tracking modesContinuous
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Location by Cell IDFeature already supported
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OdometerFeature already supported
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ECO drivingFeature already supported
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Events monitoring
External power cut offFeature already supported
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Car crashFeature already supported
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Self monitoring
Network signal levelFeature already supported
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GNSS signal levelFeature already supported
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External power source voltageFeature already supported
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Internal battery levelFeature already supported
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CAN/OBDII reading
CAN/OBDII reader typeInternalFeature already supported
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Remote management
Server connection setup over SMSFeature already supported
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Remote device configurationYes (over GPRS)Feature already supported
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Forced GNSS location update over SMSFeature can be supported upon request
Feature can be supported upon request

Server software

Navixy

Server Integration
Server IP Address217.23.132.215
Server port47712

Automatic activation (recommended)

The software platform supports automatic device activation by applying APN settings, server address and port, as well as recommended tracking mode though the SMS channel. Normally you don’t need to configure anything manually. Just install the SIM card, switch the device ON and make sure it is located in the place with good GPS signal reception.

You also need to keep the device with initial factory settings, in particular:

  • Do not set any password, keep it clear (as by default)
  • Do not set any master number prior to the device activation
  • Do not set local Time zone, it must be UTC+0h (as by default)

Manual activation

In case automatic activation failed, you can try to register the device manually by sending following command to the device:

AT$GPRS+10=1,”{apn}”,”{apn_user}”,”{apn_pass}”,”217.23.132.215″,47712,0,1,10,0,1

The <APN> parameters depend on your GSM carrier.

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